Eden & Justin

Updated: Aug 30, 2018

On August 5th, I photographed my first wedding. I was blown away by everything I learned, the people I met, and the experience as a whole. I am already the one who cries at every wedding I attend, they're so beautiful to me! Being able to capture a couple's incredible day was one of the most precious moments ever <3

These details captured my heart. His ring has a rose gold accent to compliment hers, and I love that so much. Her elegant, lace flats were beyond stunning. The bouquet was captivating. And her veil was simply gorgeous.

Getting ready was one of my favorite parts of the day. She wore a sparkly clip in her hair that brought her entire look together. The lace up back of her dress was simple and beautiful. The flower girls' flower crown... gorgeous, not to mention how precious she was. A window in the bridal cabin made for some elegant, vintage looking photos. The combination of his suit and watch was a picture perfect moment.

The men's group photos were hilarious to say the least. I positioned everyone into their spots, only to realize last minute that the groom wasn't even in the photo. After a ton of laughing and rearranging, I finally got the hang of it.

This first kiss <3 It was beautiful the way they looked at each other during the ceremony. They were fully enwrapped in each other's love, focusing on nothing other than each other.

These photos were my absolute favorite. This venue is incredible! The mountains in the background were absolutely stunning, it's unbelievable. Working with such a fun group of friends made these photos all the more fun.

The reception was full of laughter, yummy food, and love from all their friends and family. The homemade Macarons and Cupcakes were heavenly and really beautiful. The details on the dessert tables were so pretty. And of course, their cake <3

We stepped out for a quick Bride and Groom sneak away session and the results were beautiful. Their love for each other shines through in the photos.

After this experience, I can 100% agree that YES, wedding photography is a lot of work, however it is beyond worth it <3

Ashlyn Bradbury Photography

Mr. & Mrs. Justin Knapp

Photography: Ashlyn Bradbury Photography

Venue: Luccock Park

Florals: Ashley Newell

Hair: Brooklyn Studio

Bride's Dress: David's Bridal

Tux: Men's Warehouse

Catering: Melissa O'Hare